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8 Instagrammable Locations in Sydney 2021

Sydney, without a doubt, is one of the most photogenic cities in the world. If you’re a local who lives in this beautiful city for years, you will still discover endless scenic viewpoints and picturesque spots around the city every time you venture into a new location or suburb. 

Whether you’re a tourist or you’ve spent years living in Sydney, here are our top suggestions for the best Sydney Instagram locations for filling your Insta feed while touring Australia’s largest city!

#1 Sydney Opera House 

Sydney Opera House, Australia

We know this is already an obvious choice! But we can’t forget the Opera House, especially if it’s your first time in Sydney. This amazing building was established in 1973 and has been recognized as the most iconic part of Sydney ever since. It’s also known to be one of the famous spots for seeing over the Sydney New Year’s Eve Fireworks. So, since the holidays are coming, you can certainly spend your New Year’s Eve here. 

If you want the best pictures, you can get those grams on the front steps around the Opera House, or you can stand anywhere you like out front which is on the city side of the building. Just take note that this spot can get extremely busy with tourists during the day, so try to go there in the morning if you don’t want to be in large crowds. 

#2 Pylon Lookout

Pylon Lookout
Photo by www.bridgeclimb.com

We don’t really understand how the Pylon Lookout is an underrated attraction in Sydney. But you definitely have to visit the place because, for a small fee, you can stroll at one of the pylons of the Harbour Bridge located on the city side and at the top of the place, you will see a 360-degree viewing platform that looks out over the inner city and Circular Quay. Have fun and make sure that you take plenty of photos up there! 

#3 Botanic Gardensgreen plant near white spiral staircase

Yes, we’re sure you’ve heard of the Royal Botanic Gardens. This majestic spot offers plenty of places for you to get some grams. You can follow the waterfront path all over the bay and you’ll walk by a gorgeous pond, different beautiful flower gardens, together with a huge grassy lawn that has the scenic city skyline behind it. 

#4 Parramatta Park

Parramatta Park
Photo by Twitter

 If you’re staying in a Parramatta hotel, you need to come and visit Parramatta Park. The park offers plenty of wide-open spaces that are perfect for your Instagram feed. Plus, where nature is it is also where you are given the opportunity to take amazing photos. The Parramatta Park has 85 hectares of mature trees, grasslands, gardens and river frontage. The park is the perfect place for the community to relax outdoors, exercise, away from crowds. 

#5 Luna Park

theme park during daytime

Luna Park is known to be a feature of Sydney’s north shore ever since 1935 and it’s comparable to the aesthetic of New York’s Coney Island. The amusement park is filled with so many colours and it’s perfect for those fanciful carnival-style photos. Plus, the more interesting part is having the Harbour Bridge and city in the background. 

Also, the fun part is that you’re free to enter Luna Park. It’s open late on weekends so make sure you visit in the early evening to prevent getting yourself in the crowd of pram-wielding families and also give yourself some cool sunset shots. 

It’s free to enter Luna Park, which is open late on weekends so try visiting in the early evening to avoid throngs of pram-wielding families and also get some epic sunset shots! 

#6 Bondi Icebergsbrown wooden door with white snow

The Bondi Icebergs has been named as the most Instagrammed spot in Australia, and it’s pretty obvious why! This beach is so breathtaking and it’s unthinkable photogenic. Although it’s famous with tourists, the beach is so big that there’s enough space for everyone to move around. 

One of the best spots for gram that we recommend is the swimming pool itself and the murals that direct the concrete path which extends along a wide section of the beach. Well, the truth is, you can almost take any photo around Bondi! 

#7 Mrs Macquarie’s Point

Mrs Macquarie’s Point
Photo by Lonely Planet

If you’re looking for the best opportunity to get amazing sunset shots, then this is the place. It’s the only spot close by to Circular Quay where you can enjoy a picturesque view of both the Harbour Bridge and Opera House in the same shot. In order for you to get there, you can walk through the Botanic gardens until you arrive at the end of the point. 

This place is well-known for sunset shots, and you’ll surely see several photographers around the point taking photos. But just be ready because there would be plenty of tourists that will most likely be sharing the space with you. 

#8 Newtown

Photo by WeekendNotes

If you’re looking for an artsy vibe for your Instagram feed, Newtown is a nice suburb filled with trendy street art. Try walking along King Street from the train station and you’ll be able to see various murals, adorable shops, and historic architecture that look pretty cool in photos. 

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